With Plein air Sutton / MTB
From May 15 2021 to November 07 2021
Come have fun in the 40 km of cross-country and enduro trails for mountain bike offered by Plein air Sutton / MTB. Something for everyone’s tastes, from beginners to experts trails!
To discover our network and for the opening status of the trails, access the interactive trail map on Trailforks and, for the latest news also, follow the facebook page of Mont SUTTON and the facebook page of Plein air Sutton.
STARTING POINT AND SERVICES
The reception is at Mont SUTTON, where the resort’s facilities are available : parking lots, bathroom. Head to the Boutique Expérience SUTTON to shop for some MTB clothing and accessories, and for the bike washing station.
The purchase is made online outside of the store’s opening hours. Right of access is mandatory at all times; this ensures the maintenance, the development and therefore the network.
During the summer, many other services are offered but as of October 11th, the services go into ski mode (so the workshop, the school, the restaurant and the rental are closed for the bike).
Daily tickets for trails access
16 + : $16.52+ tx
7-15 yrs old: $11.30 + tx
0-6 yrs old: free
Family rate (2 adults + 2 children 7-15): $44.35 + tx
|Type of season pass||Regular rate|
|Individual||$134.82 + t.|
|Family||$320.81 + t.|
|Buy your season pass online now!|
* The season passes give unlimited access to the mountain bike trails of Mont SUTTON and Plein air Sutton/MTB during the entire 2021 mountain bike season. These passes do not give access to the chairlift.
- Number of km: 40 km
- Number of trails: 30
- Types of trails: cross-country and enduro trails from family to expert level, double and single track.
The mountain bike network is expanding, see more details here.
SCHEDULE AND CONDITIONS
The schedule of all services is available on montsutton.com/schedule.
It is possible to mountain bike even if the boutique is closed. The purchase is made online outside of the store’s opening hours. Right of access is mandatory at all times; this ensures the maintenance, the development and therefore the network. Please note that the mountain bike trails are not patrolled. You are entirely responsible for your safety and that of your group. Be sure to notify a friend or acquaintance of your itinerary and your expected return time. Cycling at night is not recommended. See also all the network rules and recommandations here.
Before your departure, for your safety and to know the status of the opening of the trails, take note of the Plein air Sutton/MTB network and its positioning markers via the trailforks.com platform.
The network is rarely closed. It will be closed exceptionally for work on the trails or when the ground is waterlogged to avoid sinking, which would damage the trails.
COVID-19: Sports and activities practiced outdoors in a free way are not targeted by the COVID-19 vaccination passport. Therefore, you will not be required to have a vaccination passport to take part in the fall activities at the mountain.
COVID preventive measures have to be followed at all times. Thank you for your cooperation!